In this episode, award-winning author & illustrator, Trevor Romain, talks about how he’s helping kids get in touch with their feelings and the global impact that’s having. He shares his personal experience about overcoming ADHD, Dyslexia and what it was like growing up in South Africa during apartheid.
Trevor Romain is a best-selling author, award-winning illustrator, and a sought-after motivational speaker. His books have sold more than a million copies worldwide and have been published in 22 different languages including his latest editions of Connecting With Kids in a Disconnected World and Go Read.
Known for his enthusiastic personality and relatable persona, Trevor has spoken to over a million children and their families in addition to given talks at the USO National Gala, UNICEF, Make-A-Wish Foundation, National Child Traumatic Stress Network Conference, the Office of the Secretary of Defense National Family Readiness Conference and many more. The Washington Post says, “...His rapport with kids is stunning to watch”. Trevor has also been featured in CNN, Entertainment Weekly, Market Watch and the LA Times.
In 2007, Trevor co-created The Trevor Romain Company with a mission of service to help kids with their social and emotional health in order to become healthier, happier and more confident. The company's award-winning animated series was featured on numerous PBS affiliate stations throughout the United States. Today, the company offers a wide selection of family-friendly content including books, merchandise, DVDs and podcasts. For more information, please visit: TrevorRomain.com
Comical Sense Series (featured on PBS)
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